Ahead of the long-awaited final episode today (Jan 10th), Cha Eun-woo, Park Gyu-young and Lee Hyun-woo shared their feelings about the end of the drama, along with their most memorable scenes and messages of gratitude to viewers.
Cha Eun-woo, who plays Jin Seo-won, a reserved and to himself high school math teacher who became afraid of dogs due to childhood trauma, expressed his happiness at meeting viewers through the character. He thanked viewers for watching “A Good Day to Be a Dog” and sending love, promising to greet them with new characters in future works, and wished them lovely days ahead.
Park Gyu-young, who portrays Han Hae-na, a high school Korean language teacher who turns into a dog when she kisses someone, expressed her joy and gratitude for the positive energy and support received during the filming of the drama. She promised to work hard to show more positive aspects of herself in the future.
Lee Hyun-woo, who plays Lee Bo-gyeom, a high school Korean history teacher who is known for being handsome at the high school, shared his affection for the complex emotions of the character and expressed happiness in working with the director, writer and fellow actors. He hoped the drama would be remembered as a lovely one in the hearts of viewers.
Each actor also highlighted their most memorable scenes. Cha Eun-woo pointed to the scene in the 8th episode where Seo-won breaks Hae-na’s curse and they take a step closer to each other, especially the moment of their kiss. Park Gyu-young mentioned the line delivered by Hae-na at the bus stop “We’re not weird people; we’re just like that“, expressing its significance as a message she wanted to convey to viewers.
The final episode of “A Good Day to Be a Dog” will air today at 9 PM.